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Product description

Color:Silver

High quality -More durable,more strong,are made of good quality plastic.ESAY TO INSTALL-All tire valve caps has stripes around the top dome shape,easier to grab and tighten,more convenient.
1.Dustproof Tire Cap:valve caps can protect valve against exposure to dirt and dust;Also can replace the original bad valve cap of the tire
2.Durable material:the valve cap is made of good quality and durable zinc alloy,anti-corrosion,gas leak proof,waterproof and dustproof,with Pink Crown Style design,convenient to grip
3.Easy to install:dome shape and small,installation only need screws it onto tire valve stem;It is easy to install or remove when you want to check air pressure
5.Package includes:4pcs/set;Size:1.2*1.1cm/0.47*0.43inch(mini);Color:black/silver
Caps inner diameter:1.1 cm/0.43 inch
Caps height:1.2 cm/0.47 inch
Material:zinc alloy
Color:black/silver
Package inclue:
4pcs/set*Pink Crown Style Tire Valve Caps
BEST AFTER-SALES-Good quality material,keep driving safe!If have any question,free to contact us,we will solve it at once!

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